SKU: GC69-133014

Klik 5000Mah Powerbank - Black

Klik 5000Mah Powerbank - Black

  • Suitable for iPhone, iPad, iPod, smartphone, tablet, camera, fitness tracker, smartwatch, portable gaming or Bluetooth device
  • Compatible with most smartphones and tablets including Apple, Samsung, LG, Sony, HTC, Motorola, Nokia, Microsoft, Huawei
  • Nexus, Xiaomi, Oppo, BlackBerry, Telstra & more
  • 5000mAh provides 180% extra battery for an iPhone 6s or 125% for a Samsung Galaxy S6
  • Get an extra 25 hours of talk time on an iPhone 6s or 21 hours on a Samsung Galaxy S6
  • Dual USB ports for simultaneous charging of two devices
  • 2A high output for fast charging of iPad or tablet
  • Rechargeable more than 500 times
  • Four LED indicators to show remaining capacity
  • Built-in over charging, over heating and short circuit protection
  • Includes micro USB charging cable

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